Native to the Côte-Nord of Quebec, recorder player Caroline Tremblay is known for her infectious love of music, combined with simmering intensity and fluid technique. Winner of the first prize in her category at the Canadian Music Competition, Caroline graduated with a Masters in Music Performance from the University of Montreal.

Very active in concert with Flûte Alors!, Caroline has also performed solo and chamber music with orchestras such as Les Violons du Roy, l’Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, l’Ensemble Caprice, I Musici, La Bande Montréal Baroque et La Chamaille. She has also appeared on several recordings with the label ATMA.

Caroline is one of the music directors at the Montreal Recorder Society, the Quebec Recorder Society (SOFABEC), the Toronto Early Music Players Organization (TEMPO) and teaches at the CAMMAC Music Centre. Constantly exploring the diverse forms of the power of music, Caroline is a Music Therapist Accredited.

Photo Credit @Julien Faugère / ATMA Classique